Al shares some thoughts on prayer and talks with Bill Cook about what made Gregory so Great.
Kresta Comments: “I’ll Pray for You”
Have you ever promised to pray for a friend, a loved one, or someone who you heard was struggling – only to realize a few days later you can’t remember what you’re supposed to pray for? Do these prayers still “count?” Al discusses.
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What Made Gregory so Great?
Pope Gregory the Great wrote more prolifically than any of his predecessors, so much so that he is known in the East as St Gregory the Dialogist. He was the first pope to come from a Monastic background and did immense work to improve the welfare of the people of Rome. March 12 used to be his Feast Day, but it was moved to September 3 – the day his Papacy began. Bill Cook joins us.
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